OAKLAND, Calif. — A U.S. District Court judge here granted final approval this week to the settlement of a wage-and-hour class-action suit against Wal-Mart's California operations. The settlement, which provides for a payment of between $43 million and $86 million, concludes more than four years of litigation concerning payment of wages to California workers. As part of the settlement, Wal-Mart also agreed to continue to maintain electronic systems that will protect the rights of workers. ...
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